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Diptera-Specific Polymerase Chain Reaction Amplification Primers of use in Molecular Phylogenetic Research
ABSTRACT DNA sequence data from a variety of mitochondrial and nuclear gene regions are significant components of phylogenetic research in entomology. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplificationExpand
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Phylogeny of the Archiborborinae (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae) Based on Combined Morphological and Molecular Analysis
The Archiborborinae is a diverse Neotropical subfamily of Sphaeroceridae, with many undescribed species. The existing generic classification includes three genera consisting of brachypterous species,Expand
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A revision of Frutillaria Richards and Penola Richards (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae: Archiborborinae)
The South American brachypterous genera Frutillaria Richards and Penola Richards (Sphaeroceridae: Archiborborinae rev. stat.) are revised. Seventeen species of Frutillaria are described orExpand
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Generic classification of the Archiborborinae (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae), with a revision of Antrops Enderlein, Coloantrops gen. nov., Maculantrops gen. nov., Photoantrops gen. nov., and Poecilantrops
The Archiborborinae comprise a diverse clade of flies in the family Sphaeroceridae. We here revise the generic classification, redefining the genus Antrops Enderlein and naming 5 new genera:Expand
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A revision of Boreantrops Kits & Marshall (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae: Archiborborinae).
Boreantrops Kits & Marshall is a recently described genus of flies in the family Sphaeroceridae. Species occur from Brazil and Bolivia north to northern Mexico, mostly in humid montane environments.Expand
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Hemiptera of Canada
Abstract The Canadian Hemiptera (Sternorrhyncha, Auchenorrhyncha, and Heteroptera) fauna is reviewed, which currently comprises 4011 species, including 405 non-native species. DNA barcodes availableExpand
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First nearctic record of Camilla atrimana (Diptera: Camillidae)
Members of Camillidae are among the least known Diptera in the Nearctic Region. Worldwide, this small family consists of four extant genera and approximately 40 species (Pape et al. 2011). MostExpand
Figures 115–120. Boreantrops Distribution Maps. 115 In A Revision Of Boreantrops Kits & Marshall (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae: Archiborborinae)
FIGURES 115–120. Boreantrops distribution maps. 115) B. masneri (diamonds), B. calceatus (circle); 116) B. oaxacensis; 117) B. peruvianus; 118) B. subfoveolatus; 119) B. suchixtepecensis; 120) B.Expand